" The constant and unending search for tender, fresh grasses drives hundreds of thousands of wildebeests and zebras towards the fertile lands of the Masai Mara, in Kenya. This is the essence of the great migration. But at the Mara River; the hunters enter into the cycle as crocodiles await the migrating wildebeests. We see the smaller tales of survival....Climate changes also play a part in this lifecycle...." Topics: vhs, wild fires, John Hurt, Masai Mara, Volume One Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
byJerald F TerHorst; Elliott Sluhan Productions.; Wombat Productions.
A look at the airplanes called Air Force One and the presidents who flew in them, from Franklin Roosevelt to Ronald Reagan. Includes historical footage. Topic: Air Force One: the planes and the presidents
"Approaching the Speed of Sound " is one of the "High Speed Flight" films made by the Shell Oil Company in the 1950s. Directed by Peter de Normanville, the movie features many early British and American jet aircraft. The film features a basic demonstration of how sound is produced and how it travels through air. The inter-relationships between the speed of an aircraft and the speed of sound is established. The term mach number is defined and shock-wave formation around... Topics: Speed Of Sound, Shell Oil Company, Royal Air Force, Supersonic Speed, Mach One, Shock Waves, Speed,...
Produced during the Vietnam War, "The Navy Ashore in Vietnam" shows the U.S. Navy's role in logistics, supply, and construction as well as providing medical care during the conflict. The CBs construct a hospital in Da Nang, and it is used to treat both civilians and military participants. Blue Eagle One, a flying television broadcast aircraft, is shown conducting "friendship" missions over South Vietnam as part of Project Jenny. Also shown are activities of inland... Topics: Vietnam, navy Supply, Saigon River, United States navy, Seabees, Da Nang, USMC, Navy Corpsman, USS...